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Yay! My amber teething necklaces are now available at health food shops!!!! August 18, 2011

My gorgeous amber teething necklaces and amber necklaces for adults are now available in the Natural Stores in Helston & Falmouth, as well as Archie Browns in Truro. Watch this space, they will soon be easily available all over (I hope)!

There are many reports of amber helping to relieve many conditions in adults, including arthritis, headaches, injuries, muscular aches and pains, stress and much more.  Succinic acid, which is absorbed into warm skin, is a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory and reduces teething pain and other symptoms associated with teething in babies.

I have had some such exciting feedback on the teething necklaces, of babies who’s eczema has cleared up, asthma reduced and have reduced crying and discomfort noticeably!  It’s no wonder really that resin from ancient forests should be healing! Nature is amazing!

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One Response to “Yay! My amber teething necklaces are now available at health food shops!!!!”

  1. If ever you asked me what specific pain can make me cry like a baby and moan like a woman giving birth, I would definitely, without any doubt, answer toothache. Having a toothache is one of the worst pains that you can experience in your life mostly because having one makes you feel very vulnerable and weak. Also, it was a bit hard for me to look for an appropriate pain relief method for it so I felt that I was really stuck in a rut! Toothaches are really the worst kind of pain that you would never wish on anyone!

    Just last week, I had experienced toothache once again. I felt that one of my teeth was swollen. When I had my mother check it – my mother is a certified dentist – she exclaimed that I am still in the process of teething! Imagine that, a 20-year old woman is right in the middle of teething! You can definitely think of this scenario: I was crying and my tooth was swollen. It was not one of my best moments.

    In my desperation, I immediately ingested some pain relievers such as Paracetamol. What can I say – I really wanted an immediate pain relief because I already took the half-day off from work so I had a pile of work that I needed to catch up on. After waiting for half an hour, I had great hope that the pain would go away. However, my hope was crushed because nothing changed. I decided to give it another chance so I waited for another 30 minutes but nothing significant really happened. My pain was still present and I was still behind my work schedule.

    Another pain relief method I did was using salt water as a mouth gargle. I was able to fill a cup with warm water and add one teaspoon of salt. I gargled and gargled until I could gargle no more. What I realized was as long as I am gargling, the pain seems to be alleviated, but when I am done gargling, the pain returns! I appreciated the pain relief but it was only temporary. I mean, I couldn’t gargle while working just so the pain will go away. I needed a permanent solution to this painful problem.

    My mother recommended a solution that I will forever be grateful to. Invest in a heating pad and the pain will say goodbye. We tried Helios Heater Heating Pads ( for my toothache. What I did was I just pressed the floating coin and it is already activated. I didn’t even need to use microwave or electricity – just activate it hassle-free! I was able to lay my head down on the heating pad and I felt the pain slowly fading into oblivion. Needless to say, I was able to complete my work and my mother was able to continue attending to her patients (She told me I was her most sensitive patient!). It was a win-win situation. Kudos to the Helios Heater team!

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